How is it April already? 2019 is going by very quickly, and we don't like it. However, we at Team FANGRRLS are super psyched for our current themed month. For all of April, we're going to be tackling religion in genre. We'll discuss everything, from faith-inspired science fiction to the made-up religions of our favorite geek culture and beyond. Check back every day to see more, but for now, here are the top 10 most read posts on SYFY FANGRRLS from the past seven days!
Ocarina of Time remains one of the greatest and most iconic video games ever made, one whose influence encompasses years of the medium and countless games in its path. For our own Clare McBride, the best part of it is how it offers a story of growing up and finding your own way, not just for Link but for Zelda herself.
Janet is God. Definitely God. Don't believe us? Our own Jenny Trout may be able to convince you.
Brie Larson and her fellow Captain Marvel cast members have been rocking the red carpet with style and superhero flair. A cape is not just for superheroes.
Carol Danvers has nothing to prove to you or anyone else. She can know who she is and know that makes her a badass and strut like she owns the universe. Are you going to tell her she doesn’t?
Jenna Busch got a chance to play the latest title in the classic fighting game franchise on Xbox One. Expect major fatalities.
Nobody is having more fun Skrullin' it in Captain Marvel than Ben Mendelsohn, and he gives us one glorious moment when he elevates the sipping tea meme to fizzy new heights. Use this image wisely.
In the Season 3 episode of Into the Badlands, “The Boar and the Butterfly,” the balance of power has started to shift and the Widow continues to wrestle with what her visions from the Master's mirror chamber mean.
The anime import Battle of the Planets holds a lot of fond nostalgic memories for kids of the '70s, as explained by Jenna Busch.
Our favorite super bloody family zombie sitcom returned to Netflix for Season 3 and reminded Heather Mason of the joys of owning a sentient ball with spider legs as a pet.
In Season 4 of The Magicians, nothing is quite as it seems, but the show continues to push the boundaries in being one of the most ambitious and feminist ways to tackle genre on television.